Marvel has made an Infinity Gauntlet that costs $25 MILLION

It could be yours for a cool $25 mill.

by | Published on 31st Jul 2022

Marvel has teamed up with New York City jewelry designer to create a real-world Infinity Gauntlet.

Made with actual gems, the six stones in the glove are worth $25 million in total.

In total, the gauntlet has 150 carats worth of gems.

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These precious and rare gems were sourced from different locations across the globe, which helps explain the eye-watering price.

All six stones come in from different shapes and carat weights.


The glove features a 23-carat Colombian emerald, a 30-carat Madagascan sapphire, a 15-carat ruby from Mozambique, a 35-carat Spessartite stone, a 12-carat sapphire and a 35-carat yellow diamond.

For now this is just a one-off creation but East Continental Gems and Marvel said they’re thinking about creating standalone collections for each of the six stones.

If confirmed, they will start with the Reality stone, the red one, in September this year.

About the Infinity Gauntlet

The Infinity Gauntlet is a fictional armored glove designed by Marvel and it plays a significant role in the MCU, especially in the story of Thanos, the supervillain / warlord from the Moon Titan.

It houses six stones, and each of them is tied to a different aspect of the universe: green, blue, red, yellow, purple and orange for time, space, reality, mind, power and soul respectively.

When all six stones are in place, the person wearing the Gauntlet will have all the power of the universe.

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The gauntlet first appeared in Thor, and it was a right-handed gauntlet.

It made another appearance in the mid-credits scene of Avengers: Age of Ultron in 2015, and this time it was a left-handed gauntlet.

It was worn again by Thanos, portrayed by Josh Brolin, in the 2018 Hollywood movie Avengers: Infinity War and the 2019 sequel Avengers: Endgame.



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